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The spinning mule is a machine used to spin cotton and other fibres in the mills of Lancashire and elsewhere. They were used extensively from the late 18th to ...

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May 20, 2014 ... Samuel Crompton invented the spinning mule - Samuel Crompton's machine combined the best features of both the Spinning Jenny and ...

www.britannica.com/technology/spinning-mule

Spinning mule, Multiple-spindle spinning machine invented by Samuel Crompton (1779), which permitted large-scale manufacture of high-quality thread for the ...

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Jan 21, 2012 ... Spinning Mule? How did it impact society, it's long term effects. The significance of Samuel Crompton's Spinning Mule and a description of how ...

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In 1775 Samuel Crompton produced his Spinning Mule, so called because it was a hybrid that combined features of two earlier inventions, the Spinning Jenny ...

www.boltonmuseums.org.uk/museum/museum-collection-highlights/local-history/slavery-and-bolton/cromptons-spinning-mule

Crompton's spinning mule is probably the most important object in the Bolton Museum collections. This is the only surviving spinning mule made by its inventor , ...

www.boltonmuseums.org.uk/museum/museum-collection-highlights/local-history/the-life-of-samuel-crompton

A short biography of Samuel Crompton telling the story of how he invented the Spinning Mule. This machine helped to revolutionise the cotton industry but ...

revealinghistories.org.uk/why-was-cotton-so-important-in-north-west-england/objects/crompton-s-mule.html

This is arguably one of the most important objects in any museum in the north west. It is the only surviving spinning mule made by its inventor, Samuel Crompton.